For 25 years, Gadd Business Consultants has been working with faith-based organizations that wish to grow successfully while honoring their spiritual beliefs. We work with them to more clearly define God’s vision for them, to redefine what it means to live out that vision, and to actively help them to carry out God’s mission. Gadd Business Consultants has a distinctive blend of business and spiritual experience, and education designed to provide a unique combination of services specializing in assisting small to large churches and faith communities. Gadd Business Consultants is dedicated to assisting the faith community and has helped many churches and faith communities accomplish their goals by delivering solutions that meet both the spiritual and secular needs of the organization.

If you can answer “yes” to any of the following questions, we should set an appointment to discuss how Gadd Business Consultants can help.

  • Is your church and/or faith community in a state of growth or change?
  • Are you looking to be a healthier, more vital community of faith?
  • Do you want to energize your congregation and achieve new goals for ministry?
  •  Are you seeking new ways to serve and re-invest in the community?
  •  Are you planning the renovation, expansion, or replacement of your physical property?
  •  Are you so busy with administrative issues you have less time to prepare sermons or for pastoral care?

Our services include:

  • Visioning and Strategic Growth Planning
  • Health and Revitalization
  • Developing Gifts and Ministries
  • Ministry Expansion
  • Outreach and Marketing Plans
  • Business Feasibility
  • New Venture Creation
  • New Ministry Creation
  • Building and Development
  • Starting a For-profit Venture
  • Capital Funding
  • Financial and Budgeting Controls
  • Cash Flow Analysis
  • Organizational Analysis and Structure

Over 85% of the population say they belong to a particular faith tradition or denomination. Also, less than 20% of that same population actively participates with any particular faith community. The statistics also indicate that over 65% of all existing traditional faith communities have experienced a plateau in their growth or are currently in a state of decline.

Many of our faith communities continued to rely on their history to support their future. Many of our faith communities have become too comfortable in their existing vision and mission or have lost focus on what their vision and mission is in today’s world. Unfortunately, the result is when those who are seeking a spiritual home come to our faith community we as a community are either unaware of, or unable to articulate what our vision and mission is, and how we are living it out. For other faith communities, it is not a problem of how to get people to visit, the challenge is how to get them to stay and be an active and growing part of our communities.

Whether we understand or are comfortable with it, it is also clear that the secular world provides many distractions and alternatives to individual spiritual growth and active, committed participation in a faith community.

In these challenging economic and social times, the need for strong faith-based organizations and communities has never been more important.